Katakolon Museums: The repeating “polybolos” catapult of Dionysios of Alexandria.
Laudator Temporis Acti: First In, First Out.
History With A Twist
ArcheoRivista: Selinunte. Smentito il progetto di ricostruzione del Tempio G.
History of the Ancient World: Homer’s Humor: Laughter in The Iliad.
The History of Rome: 160- East vs. West.
[late 4th century military activities]
Beachcombing’s Bizarre History Blog: From Vienna to the Baltic in Roman Times.
History Books Review: Julian and the Pagans – Gibbon’s Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire Chapter 23 Part 3.
Today Adrian Murdoch continues his series with a look at the guy who started the dynasty that would produce Constantine:
ante diem iv kalendas decembres
- 66 (or 67) A.D. — the emperor Nero proclaims the “freedom of the Greeks”